France’s Havas Group reported €387 million ($548.1 million by today’s conversion rate) in revenue for Q3, up from €368 million for the same period in 2010. Organic growth was 7.3 percent and net new business was €351 million (about $497.2 million). The FT noted a drop in France, which was impacted by issues in healthcare and events.
“For the first nine months of the year, all our regions grew led by Latin America and Asia with strong growth in North America,” said CEO David Jones in a statement. In Jones’ statement, he also called the organic growth figure “our best organic growth performance in three years.”
For the first nine months of the year, revenue was about €1.1 billion (about $1.55 billion) with organic growth of 6.1 percent.
New business wins included seven Unilever brands around the world and Bristol Meyers Squibb. For more info about Havas earnings, click here.
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